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Identification Help Old Case dozer

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Tim Pennell

01-30-2008 22:29:33




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Gonna be picking this ole girl up as soon as the snow goes, running condition 4 cyl diesel, winch and 4 way blade for $500. Its not big and its not new but it will do all I need :o) Model number appears to be painted over, S/N D7101104 Case

Anybody got any ideas on what model and age it is?
Thanks
Tim

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jmrroupp

02-21-2008 16:07:13




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 Re: Identification Help Old Case dozer in reply to george md, 01-31-2008 19:59:59  
do you know the weight of a 1000c loader with rear counterweight



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Tim Pennell

01-31-2008 22:01:06




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 Re: Identification Help Old Case dozer in reply to george md, 01-31-2008 19:59:59  
Wow great info, email sent.
Cheers n thanks
Tim



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Rich in Garrett

01-31-2008 17:54:28




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 Re: Identification Help Old Case dozer in reply to Tim Pennell, 01-30-2008 22:29:33  
Tim I'd bet a dollar you own a 1000C or it might be an early BR. You need to send a note to George in Md on this board. He and I own a couple 1000's and he has a serial number production line list. The old style dozer blade makes me think it might be a BR, the Control lever set up .says it's a C and not a D. George is the expert on these old girls. He has a 1000 C dozer and it has 5 bottom rollers, I can't see yours.The D is a 6 roller. The price was right if it runs. We're always hunting parts if it don't, keep us in mind. George may check the board later. Good Luck. rich

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Tim Pennell

01-31-2008 18:22:39




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 Re: Identification Help Old Case dozer in reply to Rich in Garrett, 01-31-2008 17:54:28  
Thanks Rich, will do, here is a close up of the back half of the rollers and trac on the right side if that helps at all.
Cheers
Tim

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Joe (Wa)

01-31-2008 17:32:02




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 Re: Identification Help Old Case dozer in reply to Tim Pennell, 01-30-2008 22:29:33  
Those lift cylinders being mounted like that outside the tracks seems pretty unique to me.

Go to the link, send a pic to Ed for I.D., Nice guy to know for crawler parts.

Joe



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Tim Pennell

01-31-2008 18:07:22




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 Re: Identification Help Old Case dozer in reply to Joe (Wa), 01-31-2008 17:32:02  
Thanks all for the replies. I found a couple pics of 300's online but this is larger than the 300.

Previous owner was told it might be a 1000 or 1010 also, confirmed that today. Any idea on weight/dimensions if it is a 1000 or 1010. I need to figure this out before I arrange transport. It has a winch on the back also.

Cheers
Tim



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John Savoy

01-31-2008 05:51:17




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 Re: Identification Help Old Case dozer in reply to Tim Pennell, 01-30-2008 22:29:33  
Csae 310 late fifties or early sixties,some had gas engines.Real good for cleaning fence rows and light dirt work



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watsosngotit

01-31-2008 16:39:32




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 Re: Identification Help Old Case dozer in reply to John Savoy, 01-31-2008 05:51:17  
I don't know what you were thinking but that unit is way to big to be a 300.



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DougM

01-30-2008 22:52:48




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 Re: Identification Help Old Case dozer in reply to Tim Pennell, 01-30-2008 22:29:33  
From the book I have serial # indicates it could be a 1959 model 1000,1010



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